Nissan Maxima

2020 Nissan Maxima gets more standard safety tech, keeps V6 grunt

The Nissan Maxima was once one of the sportiest sedans you could buy, so sporty that Nissan was able to get away with calling it

2019 Nissan Maxima review

The Maxima occupies an interesting niche in the automotive world. Nissan describes its Maxima as the “four-door sports car,” slotting above the midsize Altima, and supposedly offering higher doses of

2019 Nissan Maxima first drive review: More tech, same ride

Nissan has used the phrase “four-door sports car” to describe its Maxima sedan for years. And while this refreshed 2019 model gets a number of changes that make

2019 Nissan Maxima gets more driver-assist tech, keeps aggressive styling

The Nissan Maxima was once considered a poor person’s BMW, and Nissan likes to call it a “four-door sports car.” The current-generation Maxima falls a bit short of

2019 Toyota Avalon first drive: Finally memorable

Toyota has pushed the boat out with the new 2019 Avalon, both figuratively and literally. The last four generations of Avalon could easily be described

2017 Kia Cadenza First Drive: Big car, small market

Lurking just below the surface of flashy ad campaigns and country club one-upmanship at the valet station there exists a world of comfortable, handsomely-styled automobiles

14 Affordable and Safe Large Family Cars

1. 2016 NISSAN MAXIMA Starting price: $32,410 The 2016 Nissan Maxima is one of the most affordable and safe large family cars on the market

2016 Nissan Maxima rolls out in smooth style

Nissan upped the ante with the new 2016 Maxima, a look-alike of the Sport Sedan Concept with slightly modified features. Pushing the envelope in its

2016 Nissan Maxima elevates the 4-door sportscar to new heights

The Nissan Maxima turns 35 this year, having started life in 1980 as a boxy machine that epitomized everything that was wrong with design cues